Saturday, August 29, 2015

A Daisy Hello

Happy Saturday! Hope you are having a good weekend. I have one more card to share from Taylored Expression August Release using the Simply Stamped - Daisies Stamp Set. 


I love the stamped layering on the daisies. I layered three stamps and three inks on these flowers, embossing the top stamp. The flowers and the leaves are die cut with the Simply Stamped - Daisies Dies


The flowers are layered on a tag cut with the Label Stacklets 3 Dies and the sentiment if from the  Simply Stamped - Daisies Stamp Set. The background is embossed with the Dotted Lattice Embossing Folder. 

Thanks for stopping by! Monday we start the party for TE's October Release! 

Here the products I used to create my card:


Friday, August 28, 2015

Autumn Wonder Card Kit

The Maya Road Autumn Wonder Classic Card Kit is now available.  It's an elegant combo of timeless and trendy prints and patterns, beautiful textures and fabulous details. All the papers, stamps, flair and fun exclusives make it easy to just open the package and get creating. All our kits are limited edition so if you want it, make sure you purchase it right away. Quantities are limited.

You can find all the details HERE

Thursday, August 27, 2015

You've Got Halloween Mail

Hi and thanks for stopping by today! I have a cute Halloween card to share using the Taylored Expressions You've Got Mail - Halloween Stamp Set. 


I used a few papers from the 6 x 6 Build a Scene Halloween Paper Pack to set the scene. The hill is cut with the Rolling Hills Die and the fence with the Picket Fence Die. 


The stamped image is colored with Copic Marker and the edges are sponged with Tim Holtz Distress Inks.

Have a good day! Here are the products I used to create my card.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Boo to You

Today I have card to share with a cute Halloween scene I put together with some new products from Taylored Expressions


The starry background is cut with the Starry Night Cutting Plate and backed with a gold, glittered card stock. The hill in the background is cut with the Rolling Hills Die from patterned paper in the Build a Scene Halloween Paper Pack. 


The pumpkins and sentiment are stamped with the new Peek-A-Boo Pumpkins and die cut with the coordinating Peek-A-Boo dies. The sign is cut with the new Little Bits Sign Post and the fence with the Pickett Fence Die.

The cute bat sequins are included in the Build a Scene Halloween Sequins.

Thanks for stopping by! Here are the links to the products I used to create this card:


Monday, August 24, 2015

Teacher Gifts

Hi!! I am up on the Maya Road Design Team Blog  today with some ideas for teacher gifts using lots of pretty Maya Road Products. You can stop by and take a look HERE


Have a good week!

Friday, August 21, 2015

Trick to Treat Mason Jar

There is still time to join us for the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge - Mason Jars!  You have until August 25th at 8:00 AM CDT to be inspired and share your project!  I hope you get a chance to play along. The LEAD of this challenge will be invited as a Guest Designer in a future challenge!

Inspired by the challenge I embellished a Mason Jar to hold a Halloween Treat. This Mason Jar has a top with a slit in it so that the jar can be used as a piggy bank when the treats are gone! I got the cute lid at Michaels. 


The tag is put together with some new products from Taylored Expressions. The tag is cut with the Build A Tag 3 Die and the papers are from the 6x6 Paper Pack - Build A Scene Halloween. Product links are at the bottom of the post.

The sentiment is from the Toil and Trouble Stamp Set.


After cutting the window in the tag I added a piece of acetate and foam behind the window to form the shaker. I used the new Build a Scene Halloween Sequins. Aren't those sequin ghosts cute! 

The pumpkin is stamped with the new Peek-A-Boo Pumpkins Stamp Set and die cut with the coordinating Peek-A-Boo Pumpkin Dies. 


Stop by the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge:  Mason Jars for the challenge details and to play along with us!

Here are the products I used to create the tag: